1907 - 1951
Patriarca made in 1907, was a single cylinder two-stroke 100 cc engine, by the technician Gustavo Patriarch from Torino, which applies to the frame of any bike. Adopting a mixing system with quite valves and original lights, ignition took place by means of coils and batteries, the motor was provided with the casing above the pedals of the bicycle. After the First World War founded a small factory and devoted time exclusively to the design of motorcycles.
In 1924 the company created and built a full turnkey motorcycle produced through 1925. It used either a Moser or JAP engines with either 125, 175 and 250 cc on their own chassis. In 1930 the engines used were built from ground up in their own factory of their own design and specialized mainly in small motor bikes with a small displacement.
In 1933 the company closed but after the Second World War Patriarch Motina, with new plans for another engine, attempted to re-open production in 1951. The engine was a single cylinder four-stroke vertical of 248 cc engine with a power of about 14 HP. It was an interesting machine, but was never produced in a series.
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